The Whistle Stop Café halts hunger throughout the day with hot, homemade meals. Taking an old-fashioned approach toward food, the restaurant plates up classic comfort eats, including all-day breakfast favorites: fluffy pancakes and buttermilk waffles. More savory options include chicken fried steak, pulled pork baskets, and meaty entrees served with such sides as mashed potatoes and mac and cheese.
The locally owned and operated Eden Café promises delectable family fare at reasonable prices in a home-style setting. Cuban-born proprietor Ulises Larramendi and his wife Maria cook up a menu of global comfort cuisine that runs the 26.2-mile gamut with staples like spaghetti & meatballs ($10.95) and chicken pot pie ($11.95). Eden's house specialties draw on Latin influences with dishes like the Cuban ropa vieja ($11.95), shredded beef cooked in a seasoned tomato wine sauce and served with authentic Spanish rice, black beans, and crunchy fried plantains. Picky miniature adults (age 10 and under) have an array of breakfast and entree options to choose from, all for less than $7, and Eden's attentive wait staff ensures individual attention to each and every customer, no matter their shoe size. Vegetarian breakfast goers can delight in the Eden veggie omelet with all the vegetable fixings and none of the carnivorous guilt for $7.75. Venture into Eden on Cajun Tuesday and find yourself humming along to B.B. King as you chow down on gumbo, andouille sausage, and blackened fish.
Over the course of more than 25 years in business, GMS Dental Centers have established the kind of long-term relationships with patients that allow an office to thrive. The company employs many licensed dentists, hygienists, and dental specialists, as well as a former IRS agent who gets paid in people not yelling at him. Each location treats kids and adults to cosmetic, preventative, and procedural care, and dental teams also perform ultra-modern services such as Zoom! whitening, straightening with Invisalign, and installing quarter-inch HDTVs in incisors.
At Katy Pharmacy, staff members compound medications onsite, which means their formulas can be tailored to fit the unique needs of each patient. They hand over prescriptions in a variety of forms, including creams, ointments, mouth sprays, lozenges, and injections. Through seminars, blood tests, and vaccinations, they further their mission of improving clients' health.
The family-owned-and-operated Champions Seafood Market doles out fresh, seasonal catches to feed famished fish fans. Select wild-caught whole fish or fillets, with choices ranging from tuna ($16.99/lb.) and escolar ($15.99) to halibut ($20.99/lb.) and snapper ($17.99/lb.). Fresh cuts of cod ($12.99/lb.) make an excellent choice for a Friday-night fish fry among friends, and golden tilefish ($18.99) fashion colorful plates and delicious backsplashes when cemented to the wall. All of Champions’ shrimp offerings are wild-caught and never farm-raised, including various sized Gulf shrimp. Offerings rotate frequently according to availability and how hard they’re spun.
The shades are drawn in a small room, where a lone figure refracts powerful beams of light through garnets and rubies. The light is helmed not by a supervillain bent on the earth's destruction but by one of Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal's expert technicians, who aims to obliterate unwanted ink. Wielding the double-laser Astanza system, staff experts combine three wavelengths of light as they fade away single and multicolored tattoos.
Each treatment regimen begins with a consultation to determine how many sessions will be required; depending on tattoos' sizes and hues, some can be removed in two or three 10-minute treatments, whereas others will require further zapping. After each treatment, the sensation of which is commonly described as being flicked by a rubber band, the clinic doles out aftercare advice, such as avoiding the sun and utilizing cold compresses.